It is a wide recognition that Well-being in schools is not only concerned with that of the students but also staff and the most important stakeholder, parents. For the purpose of this report we will be exploring that of the students. For further information regarding the well-being of our staff and parents please either speak with a member of SLT or one of the school trained ELSA's.
Looking after your physical health is a significant part of looking after your overall wellbeing. Having a healthy lifestyle includes making the right choices for your health such as healthy eating, being active and maintaining a healthy weight#
Being mentally and emotionally healthy means that we believe in ourselves and know our own worth. We set ourselves goals that we can achieve and can find support to do this.
We are aware of our emotions and what we are feeling and can understand why. We can cope with our changing emotions and we can speak about and manage our feelings.
Social wellbeing is the extent to which you feel a sense of belonging and social inclusion; a connected person is a supported person in society. Lifestyles, ways of living together, value systems, traditions and beliefs are all important to our social well being and quality of life